Very Nice Coors Porcelain Company Matte Ropetwist Handle Vase - 1940
We are pleased to offer this lovely green matte glaze dual rustic rope twist handled Roman style ball water vessel from the 1940s, after WW II. This vase is a prime example of mid century quality Coors Colorado Pottery. Coors Pottery pieces can be identified through well recognized patterns, such as Rosebud, as well as the Coors stamp that appears on the underside. Coors Pottery, refers specifically to collectible pottery made by the Coors Porcelain Company in Golden, Colorado. The company manufactured consumer goods from the 1920s through 1980. Condition: Excellent condition, very minor wear
Large vintage Coors Pottery mortar and St. Joes pestle. Mortar is 3.5 tall x 5.5 wide; no chips or cracks. Pestle is marked: Made for Labco Intl, St. Joes, Mich. USA. Note the old State abbreviation for Michigan. Pestle is 5 inches long; good condition. Neat collectible for a pharmacist, doctor, etc. 1/11smc
Vintage Coorsite China Pottery Blue Teapot Tea Pot 901
Vintage Coorsite China Pottery Blue Teapot 901. The H. F. Coors Pottery and was founded in Inglewood, Califorina in 1925 by Herman Coors, the third son of Adolph Coors of Coors Beer. Herman Coors had worked with his father and two brothers during the early years of the Herold China and Pottery Co. and became manager of the plant in 1916. The H. F. Coors Pottery did not make chemical porcelain but produced many other items such wall tile, faucet handles, shower heads, plumbing fixtures, doll heads and commercial pottery for the hotel and institutional market. The most typical marks are H. F. Coors Inglewood Calif, Chefware, Coorsite and Alox. The company closed sometime in the 1980's. This teapot has an estimated age of the 1930's to 1940's. It has an embossed scroll like pattern, one longer scroll swirl with a smaller one on each side. It is 4 1/2 inches tall at the tallest point, 8 inches long and about 5 1/2 inches wide and holds 6 cups. The lid is unique, rounded with one straight side, the bottom is embossed with Coorsite and the number 901. It is in excellent condition, no chips, a glaze skip on the inside bottom and no signs of use, it has one little spot under the edge of the lid that appears to be a factory mark. A lovely addition to your collection!
Small vintage Coors Pottery ceramic mortar and pestle. Good condition; both pieces are marked: Coors USA and numbers. Mortar is 3 wide x 2 tall; pestle is 3.5 long. Great for crushing pills or herbs or as a gift for a doctor; pharmacist, etc.! 4/10brncs
Vintage Coors pottery matte white vase. Good sized vase; has aqua/turquoise interior; the book calles it 'Brighton' pattern. It is 8 inches tall, no chips or cracks. One tiny black mark on one side. There is not a lot of Coors Pottery around. 5/09flcs
M F Coors China Brown Pottery Covered Crocks Canisters Set
M F Coors China Brown Pottery Covered Crocks Canisters Set. These canisters or covered crooks are rather hard to find, they date to 1940's to 1950's and were made by M.F. Coors China of California. There are three of these, they are just over 3 1/2 inches tall and about 4 3/4 inches across, all three are marked as shown in the picture. They are all in lovely condition, they do not have any chips but do have some minor glaze skips common in these types of pieces. They would be a lovely addition to your collection or to your kitchen!